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New Jersey Independent Adjusting and Claims Services

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Trinity Insurance Services ( http://trinityclaims.com ) is an independent insurance adjusting company and third party administrator with a nationwide network poised to meet the needs and demands of today’s risk environment.

Claims adjusters from Trinity insurance services have been adjusting claims in the State of New Jersey for many years. We have been on the ground in New Jersey – in all major disasters and emergencies. Our claims adjusters are licensed to adjust property-casualty claims in the state of New Jersey. Contact us today. For more details please visit: http://trinityclaims.com/New-Jersey-Claims-Adjusting

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New Jersey Independent Adjusting and Claims Services

  1. 1. www.trinityclaims.comNew Jersey Independent Adjusting andClaims ServicesNew Jersey
  2. 2. New Jersey Independent Adjusting and Claims Serviceswww.trinityclaims.com• New Jersey is a state in the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic regions ofthe United States.• New Jersey is the 4th least extensive, but the 11th most populous andthe most densely populated of the 50 United States.New Jersey
  3. 3. • Being one of the leading independent claims adjusting company in thenation, our claims adjusters have been adjusting claims in the State ofNew Jersey for many years.www.trinityclaims.com• We have been on the ground in New Jersey – in all major disasters andemergencies. When disaster strikes in New Jersey – we are ready andprepared to go. Our claims adjusters are licensed to adjust property-casualty claims in the state of New Jersey.New Jersey
  4. 4. Facts:www.trinityclaims.comA New Jersey hurricane is a tropical cyclone originating in the AtlanticOcean that affects the state of New Jersey. Due to its location, fewhurricanes have hit the state directly, though numerous hurricanes havepassed near or through New Jersey in its history.New Jersey has seen the remnants of several once-powerful hurricanes,some resulting in heavy damage.During winter and early spring, New Jersey can in some years experience"noreasters", which are capable of causing blizzards or floodingthroughout the northeastern United States.»»»We looked up Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) records tocompile some historical disaster statistics.
  5. 5. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2011Year: 2011Incident: Severe StormIncident Date: 10/29/2011Major Disaster Declared On: 11/30/2011Description:On November 15, 2011, Governor Chris Christie requested a major disasterdeclaration due to a severe storm on October 29, 2011. More than 600,000households remained without power on that day. Many remained in thedark throughout the week.
  6. 6. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2011Year: 2011Incident: Remnants of Tropical Storm LeeIncident Date: 09/06/2011- 09/11/2011Major Disaster Declared On: 10/14/2011Description:On September 28, 2011, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno requested a majordisaster declaration due to Remnants of Tropical Storm Lee during theperiod of September 6-11, 2011. 40,000 residents were evacuated andbusinesses were shut down. Another 80,000 people were ordered toevacuate from areas surrounding the city.
  7. 7. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2011Year: 2011Incident: Severe Storms and FloodingIncident Date: 08/13/2011- 08/15/2011Major Disaster Declared On: 09/15/2011Description:On September 9, 2011, Governor Chris Christie requested a major disasterdeclaration due to severe storms and flooding during the period of August13-15, 2011. The storm knocked out power for about 4,500 homes andbusinesses in Burlington County.
  8. 8. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2011Year: 2011Incident: Hurricane IreneIncident Date: 08/27/2011- 09/05/2011Major Disaster Declared On: 08/31/2011Description:On August 29, 2011, and in a supplemental letter dated August 31, 2011,Governor Chris Christie requested an expedited major disaster declarationdue to Hurricane Irene during the period of August 27 to September 5,2011. The effects of Hurricane Irene in New Jersey included about $1billion in damage to 200,000 homes and buildings.
  9. 9. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2011Year: 2011Incident: Severe Winter Storm and SnowstormIncident Date: 12/26/2010- 12/27/2010Major Disaster Declared On: 02/04/2011Description:On January 24, 2011, Governor Chris Christie requested a major disasterdeclaration due to a severe winter storm and snowstorm during the periodof December 26-27, 2010. The highest amount recorded was in Brick, NewJersey, where 36 inches of snow accumulated.
  10. 10. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2010Year: 2010Incident: Severe Storms and FloodingIncident Date: 12/26/2010 - 12/27/2010Major Disaster Declared On: 02/04/2010Description:On March 26, 2010, Governor Chris Christie requested a major disasterdeclaration due to a Nor’easter storm during the period of March 12 toApril 15, 2010. The storm, which dropped more than 2 feet of snow insome parts, marooned cars, emergency vehicles, police cruisers and evensnowplows all over the Garden State.
  11. 11. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2010Year: 2010Incident: Severe Winter Storm and SnowstormIncident Date: 02/05/2010 - 02/06/2010Major Disaster Declared On: 03/23/2010Description:The February 5–6, 2010 North American blizzard, also known as"Snowmaggedon", was a Category 3 ("Major") noreaster and severeweather event. The New Jersey blizzard dumped 28 inches of snow,causing power outages which affected over 30,000 people.
  12. 12. www.trinityclaims.comYear: 2010Year: 2010Incident: SnowstormIncident Date: 12/19/2010 - 12/20/2010Major Disaster Declared On: 02/05/2010Description:On January 17, 2010, Governor Jon S. Corzine requested a major disasterdeclaration due to a severe snowstorm during the period of December 19-20, 2009. Many spinouts and minor accidents were reported, andconditions got worse after words.
  13. 13. www.trinityclaims.comReferences• http://www.fema.gov/news/disasters_state.fema?id=34• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jersey• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_New_Jersey_hurricanesNew Jersey
  14. 14. Twitterwww.trinityclaims.com888.370.8484Fax to 800.978.2650EmailFacebook

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